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Fragment of a pillar-moulded bowl: fragment in brownish-yellow glass assembled from several pieces.The preserved area includes three ribs and small adjoining sections.The interior is heavily filmed.
- Excavated/Findspot: San el-Hagar, house 44
- (Africa,Egypt,Lower Egypt,Nile Delta,San el-Hagar)
- Length: 4.73 centimetres
- Width: 3.03 centimetres
W. M. F. Petrie 'et al.', 'Tanis' I (1885), 49 (lower right). Petire equated this house with the adjoining one belonging to Ashoki ('Bakakhuiu') which he believed was destroyed in the Bucolic Revolt of 173 AD. But for this evidence it would be possible to place these fragments at an earlier date. Apparently the type was made over several centuries;
Favard-Meeks, in Brissaud and Zivie-Coche Tanis 1987-1997 (1998) p.133.
Ancient Egypt & Sudan
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Object reference number: YCA43223
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